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[Feature] Add custom build flags (like custom OpenGL version...)

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Issue description

I would love to see this feature in Raylib-cs, then we would have ANGLE support and it would possible to run a new or older version of OpenGL.

public static void SetOpenGLVersion(GlVersion version) {
      // Impliment it here
      // I would suggest doing a variable in the build that can be changed with code, so we can switch the Raylib.dll with the right OpenGL version.



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  • State:open
  • Created 2 months ago
  • Comments:10 (9 by maintainers)

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9ParsonsBcommented, Aug 9, 2023

@MrScautHD Have a look at the SQLite, SQLitePCL, & SQLitePCLRaw Nuget Packages

MrScautHDcommented, Aug 9, 2023

So… How you want ro implement it?

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